Chelsea made a step in the right direction after 2-0 win against Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge. The first goal was scored by Hakim Ziyech during the 34th minute and the second scored in the 94th minute by Emerson. Chelsea won 3-0 on aggregate decorating their 13- game unbeaten trend under Thomas Tuchel.
The blues have earned their place in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals draw which will be done on Friday 19th March 2021 in Nyon, Switzerland. The last 8 teams are; Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid, Porto, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City.Tuchel's side possible opponents are Paris Saint-Germain. The German manager has high chances of facing his former team which is currently under Mauricio Pochettino. This would be one of the most difficult tasks to accomplish by the Chelsea manager as he attempts to make progress in the giant competition.
If Chelsea would put their cards right they would reach the semifinals. With the competition getting tougher, the strong teams must get stronger to avoid elimination.
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